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J1.1.., V' ... I'ii1' THE SENTINEL. BV UOBYNS 4 CUKKY. Entered at tlio rostolllcc, Oregon, Mo., as Second Class Matter. A Weekly Newspaper Devote J to Hie Interests of tlio llest County in the t'nlon. TBRMS: $1 DO Per Tear. Wateh the date following yovr name en the amain of the paper. It telle the date ta wfcioHyour eubtcrlptlon It paid. Friday, March 17, 1011. Arrival and Departure of Malta at the PoetofHco, Oregon, Mo. I'lTecttw NuviMiiln'r'-t!. Itv.' MAILS' IlKI'AIIT' 1 d.t Tor Omnlnt nnu ttitrnnislliite liliit, iiijiI all mlnt hurt h, oust Hint west. For St. Jom'iiIi iiml liilvriavdlatc point. I'nr nil ilnt soul)., cast hiiiI ti'ii, ,i'it Turklo nnd Vllllsen limni-he. n in, I'nr nil mlnt north, es iiml enst, fto u, iii. I'nr v'HIU' i, nurtti, mull to nil (mints not t li, fiuit, south nml west, cxooiit InlirimilliitB tie1 I Wi l li I'nii si (,'lly mill St. Jdi'. t :iiii, m. I'nr nil point mrili. south. mi and wi I'oUi-lll's ""I Ik" CM'li'ltltri'il lil'lrt.'l'll I'letfim .Mill 1'lllesl (SUV HHllllll.-v.!l follllWS LeiivcliieiMii ill :.',, ti ii, nml riliini m I :Vi ;i, iii. I....I veliM-uon hi ir.Mii, in, nml iriniii hi d:ii i. in, MAIM AttltlVI'.. Kill n. in. lliniiliuM.ilU from nil ilnt nnrlli, run, south .ii.il west, IOin.-Vii.il,. Vllllvn nml T.ilkln Vitllry liruiiehrs. Mulln fn.lii mil Hi, east, miiiiIi mill wi si. .Mull fnnii nil hiii1 ihiiiIi, rl vinl rnl. t::l. p in. 3 1 1 n p. in. Mulii line K. C l..lm .V 0. II. MulU fniin nil ilnl, nnrlli MMllll. est 11 'in Vl's, I'tolll M. .Imi'lih. III'I.'AI. lliM I'l... n in., p. in, Hiiro u. in. Illll.ll ll'HII.' .Nil. I, I.MVI'K ir-niiii l ii,. Id" Ili.io i. in, ltiir.il lioiii.'. .Nn. Iimvi , turn-, I'.'i' i in. Itniul IIkiKi'. ,Nn :i. leine. turns iii i n i. in. way I!.' tiitw . in. lliirnl 1,'oiiif. I, I, utt-. urns ni i .1' p. in, liiiim I,... Mr Nit. ,i, li'iiti . turns ni i "u,. in. I:.- i J in Jitlln uri' muile iii inini,ly 15 i.ilti nl cs In- furnili'ptotluil I Inn-. Mll lo rorlrsi'in-. li.il.i.inil (Mints mi t lit- M M. In Nrlirnsl.il ltliin lo'iullis of this pfll.'i.. sIhiiiI.I Ih. imiiIIi'iI tii.f.iri' :IV n. ni. In oriti'r In nvn'li lis ill si iii.iiinii t ! sume day, New I'ullll Is sll.ilnl liy ( iilllrr. Itmlll I Nuiiitn'r official DIRECTORY. Clinill unit. Cimiri-iirs llrsi Mniiiliiy In .luniiury. fnurili MimiUys In April mul Auinisl Wlllliun (!. Mllim. circuit Jinlxc. Henry T. A I sire, prtfit'llui: mtnriii'y. Kilwln A lliiiiliniii. i mill -l rk. A. It. Mi Nnlty.slii rllT. Ilnrry M. Irlu, kli'iiittr.iit.tr. Pi1iii-'tnirl. Commie sis'niiil .Mnuiluys In lYIiriiury. May. Aiwiist mnl Nnviulx r. II. W. purler, proline Juiliff. County l .iiiii. Iti'KiiliirTi riiisi 'rirst Munilins In 1'ilnii try, Muy, Auiiiisi nml Niin iiilii r. I Ifii ry i:. Wrluhl, iircslilliuijinlue. I'lllllllM'lllllllllllll'l, Jllllui' Isl lllslrll'l. I'runi'ls .1. liiisklll. Jniluf '.M illsirli't I'ruiil. I.. .i'IIi i, i'Ii i U nf I'uiiiity I'niiri. ' 11 1 lUmilol 11,'iiIHi, J I ury K. ilulil. pii'slilciil. t'lilllp Si'liliiuliiim r. t lri-pri'slili-iit Tnui.'ls ,1, liusl.ll', M illsiili'l (.'. lb I'.unis, rinilily (iIasI.'I in, 1'riiiil. I., .i llrr. -I . 'ii ury. Cnillll) llmililiir l iliinllli.il. IJlHI. VV. Ill'lltls, llri'Unll. W. I'. llul Minimi I'liy. Molllt' I'.tlnirr, rralis Colltvtiirnf Hcrflilli', llnmilil S.l't'11111. L'niinly Tli'iislih'i. Neville IIIi'I.mhi. , llirnrili r lit IHi"l, .lohn M, llllilmnl. " CiiiinilotloiiiTiil S'IiikiN, !. V. IttiivU. 't'lilillt Ailiiiliilstriilnr, (I. V, I'niiiiiiliis. Ui'rlnti'inli'nl nf l'ir, fii'lmrn Cnrsnn. Surs i-ynr, .li.lm II, l'i rvt. Assissiir, IVrry W, Itiunsuy, t'limnfr. Itny II. Miller, Mulltuinl. Unit fmilily imiiulutliMi. UfW. Hliilelux, lii'iiullJ -iiliiullnn. County tii,30eiMillWivulMtln. County nmil tax, Itfo unllUt vmIuuIIoii. AvvriiKf wImh'I 1" '. l"'rl v"'"1' tlou. County rreuleil 1y net ot lenUliiture, JiuiU' ury -"J. I"H. County nuiiieil I'Utte County. fur IMulel ItU't- llU. Ori'iimi. Ciiunly riral, rri'nttwl ly net ol leu- Ultur'..luiie3l. mil. fiipuliitliiii, I.KII. AuisMutili- weallli. IHI.IhO. ass..si.i.Iu wenlili. lands, town lts unit p.Kiiiul MJ,0 ,, 4,TH,(H0 I.umli. Town lulu ,V kttH'k Otlmr iHirsoiutl Total (IriKcii. county sent. Kl.ietrlclliiliUil. Wutvrworkit nysteiii. City tai.Tion IUM. Helinol ttx, '.Von flM, KW.IHO MI,-0 l.tlTu.tMO , $-,lil,44ii WANTED - KA1TIIKUL MBBON TO TBAVIsL tor well wUblUbett houM la . Utm .ccrantlM. calllni on reUII merchjnU aad Uioli. Locl urrltow. Balarf 11084 a n boiinMaaaecMttut aad rnatDf, HUadartt iowtVaHlMartwrattt. Oalcacu. 9 iff a m, IViOOtn It DIda't Pay. An in tttfual occurrence took place at Cral(f, '1 ay of last neck. A msin hIvIiik Ills1 me an J. C. Lucdkc, idld papers in his and who had sp possession, bhov iK not only that that uas his name, he had lilted Until with hot it showing also that mie important posi- t ' licit; Sam and with some of the in st prominent railroads In the count trot to ilrliiklnL' on the iiortlilMimi 1 afternoon train, and was iiulte "l)oi.y" on Its arrival at Cinlu. 'I'lie roiidnctor put him olT, and Deputy Sheriff Thompson took him In charge. The prosecutlnir at torney was telephoned to, and took the next train for t'raltf, where he Hied informal Ion against the penile man, and Siilre Itand.ill, upon a plea of Ktillly. enli'teil hy his attorney, .lames Stokes, assessed his line at ."; the bill Inchidlne; cost footed tii !.'(. 40. It seems that many people do not understand thai they cannot cither drink whiskey, or exhibit It. on a passenger train, In this state. This man had In his possess on a ticket, we are told, to St. I'.iul, Minn., and a trunk check, and considerable money, lieln presumably, a man of nood staudliiK In the coilimtinity where he resides. He claimed llultalo, X. V., as his home, and claimed to own proper!) In California and elsewhere, lie I i.id pupets to show hehail been III the employ of the noveiiiineiil in the I'.inama Canal, and seemcil likea Man of more than oidlnary IntelllKence. This last proposition seemed, how ever, to lie put In some iiiesilon by his conduct hi ih Inking lliiioi on a train ot elsewhete. for that mailer. We weie lalkiiii; with our piosecut lltu allortiet Jitl a few das auo, and hi1 c.ixe It as his ophc Ion that al least To per cent ol all the man) cases that he has had toileal with lit the little mole than twn tears ibat he has l.ien try I ni; lo eiifoice the law in this counij, hate Im'cIi all llblllable. elthet illttcl It or ludltceilt and tinl of theuiill ri'Ctlt lo the ililnkllie; of Intovlcal linr lliiioi. This Is ureal l, to be ii uri'tted. and In the l;iiiL'ii:iye of the stieet: There's not hill!,' I o II," and the nnlcl.er tln.se who ill Ink the tutT Mini this mil, Ii,.. belter II will be lor ImIIi tlietiisi'lw's ;ind fur Hie mh'Ii I v In which the) lle and mote. And thl class or dilnkeis had Just a well leain now and for uuod. ton, that our pi cutor is on their I tack, and that wheieter and whenever he call (.''! the evidence, wo bellexe that he will make it haul sit tiding for llieolfehil er. Another pointer: Theieatea iiiiin Imt of p.utles, the piosecutor tells us. .lie jioltiK to uet into trouble. These parlies do not seem to know that they cannot even ttlve away whlskc) In this county under local option, and several of them are already in the tolls here for thai offense, oth ers will Uo well to take warnhik'. National Guard Nay Go. The War Department on Tilda) last began iv ma,kv uriun'mviilD lr the avspiubl) of ii siVolid illvlsloii of letftilais in 'I'eJtas to re-lnforce the division at present liurr.vliiK there and to make luiiili it's Inlo the eillc ieticy or the militia rei.'lmeuls In the vai lotts stales with a view to havlnu the nalloual utiaiil Iini.oihi in mini her ulven the ieiulais In Texas. Ailjutaut'lietieial litiuibold, of the Missouri Nat Imi il vtuattl, has been called upon by the department at Washluutou to send In his rccoiic uieliilat Ions. Thus far some 'Jon oltl ceishad applied lor permission lo Join the inaneuveis In Texas, It Is llkel) the Covernineiil will take all the olllcers of the medical department, batleiles, .signal corps uiil cavalr.v who oiler to no, Adju tant ItnmlMild will llkel) selecl leu olllcers from each regiment. It Is likely that Dr. Will Minion, of SI. .Iom'pIi. a 1 1 1 ill county loy, it member ol the lit Id hosplial corps. will likelr be in the selected list to uo to the front. Willi the Incieasv of the war plans u'revv international comtmcaiious ot the military demonstration, Kcsent rnl of the President's-statement, the Mexican representative ut Washing ton announces that ii tne t unco Stat vh army crosses the Mexican t)or- tier the movement will lw construed hv the iiiax uovermueiit as a it velar atlon of war. Real Estate Matters. Tlio week ending March 4lh, the leal estate tteals amoimteil to i'o,li8.l Tliero were 44 warranty transactions that averaged tU'.'i. The trust deeds amounted to H4,Vin, the aver aire mortu-aue being W.WKI. Tliero wero'J,i:il acres sold that brought an averuire of IW per acre. The total sales for the llrst two months of mil wero :U.1HI. which Is tlWUNM less than for the same period In U1. . "Did you attend the Agricultural Special when lierer" Did you hear the lecture on poultry ralslngV Did von know we have the Blue lllbbon and Old Trusty IneubatorsY Call and see tlieui' at Poultry hotiKe. SlIUMATK & HUTI.KK, Forest City, Mo. SEE THE NEW LINE OF FRESH GROCERIES AND FRESH A N D On Weijt Side of Square. Fresh Groceries at Reasonable Prices, and a Line of Meats That is Hard to Excel. Groceries and Meats . Delivered to Any Part of the City Promptly. Call and See My Line of Cigars and Tobaccos. HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR BUTTER AND EGGS. J. I. HAH N, OREGON, MISSOURI. Gem Theatre ( 2 3 Two Doomed. T T T Get in Touch With Opportunities "On the Burlington" The new lines of railroad no under const met Ion ln Wjmvi lim oiler great opportunities for farmers and ot Iters tun home building. ,. . , , TI.e conditions and surroundings are very favoraWie Ri new-country anil the new railroad brings transportation Do Ui ei) dooisof the new settler. How ts Von can buv deeded latidt homestead (loveriiiueiit nriguttit homesteads, or 'tile on laud niiilei-tire Carey Act. getlliw (leski itble Irilgaled lantl on very wtsj) pavments ut fiom W.ii u fill no per acre! or von can liomeMvait free lands that citnnor w In Igatetl. In II-Hi-acre tracts. SKND lfOK LITKRATUKH.. N-txl for our free, literature. winh' large maps, telling all about thiisc lantls. Let me knuM Ut particular class ol lands )oii am Irtteresttil In. rite today, H Kolick Sensation of Mardi Gras. rranU Kullck and his I'oiil iiuxlel T" were tlie sensations ot tne tug Mardi dras sH'iil carnival at New Orleans. according to returning ' I roller!. Kullck and Ills 'jo-norse-power cur won no less than live llrstw mil it nuinlMT of oilier places, incum- lug two sveonds. The Ford pilot on the mile tracw oi the Crescent City Jockey uinit e- reuleil all eicent "Wild llolt" Hlir- man and Caleb Hragg. Hitrman drove his great ltio-horMMiwer Hulck Sptv- lal, while llragg liaithlHW-norHepower Flat, the fastest thing on wneoia.. The light ill-horsepower rord never had Uh howl llftwl during the rase, only at night to go through a tlnlit enlng up process. At the completion of the three-day carnival n w iwrfect running order, while- Mur ium i's Hole k and Uracil's Flat ban to be scratched from some of lb last races, the rough track shaking the heavv earn badly. Kullck attained a speed ol Hi miles per hour at times during the meet. The Fords are handled by .1. II. Keeves i;ompany, Oregon, Mo. P. E. 0, Profran. March 17.1UU. Hostess-Mrs. Montgomery, ltoll Call-Uuotatlons from ltudynrd Kipling. Usson ltevlew- Mrs. Hunker. Magazine-Mrs. Allen. Calling cards, both printed and enuraved: call at this oftice and see samples. wmi y qss... . , riTw.TrainiTmTaimTui i i ! m mi ii k m im.v.ii awfcanmn rr.ri TTMMtiim.n-r. n.nMiffrT iwiTiiHg.wiira mn. r r jotmiiii .uni Liiiiffiri. ,i rr' r ' iiu..iadi .Iuiisak.vi.'.j.", .'..-.tfc' .. . SALTED MEATS PROGRAM FRIDAY, MARCH 17, Ml I The Slccnlnn Tonic. Sisters. SPECIAL PROGRAM SATURDAY, MARCH 18 1 A Little Conjurer. 2 Unlucky Trousers. 3 In Old Arizona. 3.000 Feet of Film Each Night. fOc -Any Seat 10c Get Land D. CLRM. DEAVER, General Afcmt LANDSEEKERS' INFORMATION BUREAU 1004 Earnam Street, Omaha;, Seb TIIK )mm IXTKRIIKHAN TI.MK V!1KI,K KlTeclive Stinda)..lxitiur.v I, It'll. X L.v 4 t t Oregon. Forest City. r, i.v. 'Xt a. nt. tir.il a. m. I'J:I0 p. in. 2:W p m. 4:i' ps.m. 7::i0iv. m. Ar. H.-ona. m. 40 " t:l. a. m. " M'M p. m " .:.'.' P. ni, A-4.-I " 4:.V p. nu 20 " i:.s p. la Iteturn F. City. Oregon C. It.&Q.Tlme- Lv. 8:20 a. m. Ar. 8:r,a.m( U)-X a, m 1:'J5 ivm "A 10:10 a. nit. " 1:00 p.m.. " J:40 p..m. " 0:01 p, tu. :i:0Ti nt fi:l!.".p. m tii'.t) K.m. h: p. ni 'Note-A.-JhtitW Kxcrpt Sunday. A special train for stock sad car load shlMuents will leave Oregon at VJslO u. iu., whenever dealred by shippers. Notki; All local freight win leave Oregon on the fc'JO a. m. tnlln. The old anil ever popular lllatt house In Mound City las been sold by U. O. Keaster to Charley Sare, and thus for the llrst time since It was hull! by Tncle Hilly lllatt In IHTII, it passes from tlio ownership of some inenilier of the lllatt family. The old Lansdown hotel, built In Wi was the first hotel built In Mound City. It was on Savannah street. Kev. limns will preach at Itlch vllle, neat Sunday evening at 30. Josephine's Welcome. A large and enthusiastic crowd greeted the Iturllngton agriculture special at Forest City, Friday after noon, ino of them were pupils of tne public schools of Forest City, Oregon, and rural schools and as many or more farmers nnd other cltl.eiis who came to hear the lectures as well as see the exhibit. The exhibit was from the agricultural department of the Mis souri State University and was ac companied by four professors as lec turers and a number nf students from this department. The center of at traction especially for the pupils was Josephine, the state agricultural world champion milch cow. It was no small curioslt) that prompted the deslie lo see cow, our very own, bred and born In our own stale, eight years old, the mother of live calves, and holding a record of gallons of milk everyday for a year. Josephine's licst day was it fraction over HI gal lons-the total for Hie .vear living .'!.' tllotis. Other exhibits were the lo best ears of yellow corn In the wot Id for the year lllo, raised on Ml.viurl soil and by a Missouri boy F. li Douglas, of Shelby connty. and 2d best by II. If. Scott, of n-ar Taiklo. The premium ram of Missouri, and the premium beef sleer, and sevcial Mrs! premium specimens tit oats, wheat and grass,.. Dr. S. M. .Ionian spoke f"r the corn, ediioiiing s.impies, ouriinlttg the bojs' corn-growing contest and showing convincingly that we can and must grow the best corn In Missouri. Prof. It, fl F.mbeiMiu smke on dairy ing. I hat giHMl milch rows were a posslblllt) on every farm and plead ing for sclentlllc lircctllug as a mean of attaining this end. I'mf. W. I.. Ilowanl gave an Interesting dlvus ion on poultry-raising. Itof. D. II. Doane lectured on orchauk Tbo the stay of the farm .pedal at itcli station Is neci-ss.trlly short. yet tin- depart inent of agriculture of lite utilverslt;. thru the couilcsy nf the railroads nf the state Is tendering ti great service In creating Interest In Is-lter fiiim methoilH and disseminat ing a knowledge of practical plans. Presbyterian Church Notes. SntvUv Is'l'.iii lough. Ivot ended In t calm, start) night. Cum I crowds Ittelxleil the services, several vlsllots being prcM-nl ut each sefilce. Stilt dav m-iiikiI was smaller t bun usual. Mr. Walton acknowledge a special ly line piece of engraving on hi- walch eWrm by Mr. HutiLer The ibarni presented by the .vming Indies oir the cbuich. The urtn sunshine of prlng l upon ok:, rial ore win renew- iter ac tivity. Ilt its renew our ltalty to 4,'nd anil livlti a new servlco. ('. II. wvks led by Miss Josephine Monay. A gootl crowd was jnesent. Heveral luiufc gixnl talks, aiwl Mrs. Mm pity pUjed a sweet litsti-iiiinital solin l.oy-d McNuliy will Ik 'J next leader. We are a4r glad to hear of Mn. Van llusklrkV htuprovemeut . Nixr Sitortay: "The I'rob n of Monti Kihitratlou." Ontslili- hillu- nees." For Life. TW'O heaintuv now tieat as mo.. II happened in this way. Miss Myrtle 'end-, of lbfcclly, at present inent- U'rof the Craig school stall', ami Mr. nito.Scllcrs. clerk for lliel'tallljck- t stoic, weul to St. Joseph, Viridity las4,..M.trclt loth, and after pnsiuring the uecussatiy permit from th llu- hiinitu coiinity nvorder, went mer lo I Iih-residency of Kev. Henry A.Saw )r.sanil alVvr a short talk wlr.ti him, lw Wild t limn, to "get on their. feel." vtiil therir. in I be presence of the preacher iwiil Mrs. Sawyer. lh were tuade Inisliuiiil and wire. Ill- bride kt-an Oregon girl, dearly belvsl by a, largte "it trie oi menus, who win nJsh her a. long, sweet life. Hor sev- anil year she taught iu our school, a4id. her fDiiuvr pupils loo, "Jill Join Mil wlshiiig her peace, plenty and. hap- Illness. Mr. Seller I highly sMiken of, uiijwfdug the contldeiice ol his em llloyur:uiil hi large elide oft friends. May yvia Uiili live long audi prosmr, 1st lite sincere wish of The Sentinel. Pareai. MAMCII Woman's Vaion. JO KKNTUVKY. OtM)4atlons. St wry ot Kentucky Mrs. Kourk History Mrs. U wfe Iomlnent Kentttckiaiut Mrs. India It ice Music Mrs. Proud Story of the VendetUa Mrs. Win, Morris A I'll 11. - TKXAS. Quotations. Story of Texas Mrs. Murphy History Mrs. Vanllitsklrk Men Who Fought for l.llterty of Texas Mrs. Jones Some Historic Ititlns to He Found In Texas., Mrs. Thatcher Music Mrs. 1 1 hide 'Mrs. Mollle Sherman Is visiting In Salisbury, this slate, and Is very favorably Impressed with thai sec Hon. During her absence her mother In an Invalid. Is lieloir eared for j by Mrs. Earl Cooper. ANNOUNCEMENT, We are authorized to announce (lecrgo W. Itcavls, as a candidate for the office of County .superintendent of schools, subject to the decision of tlio voters at the polls. New Point and Vicinity. -Mattle (lleitii went to St. Joseph, Saturday. Mis IVatle lletider was a St. Jo seph visitor, Monday. Julia and Dale Kunkcl went to St. Joseph, Friday, to see Hen llitr. Frances Terry returned from f'.t. Joseph, Friday, after a two weeks ab sence. Mrs. Jeff KcllTer went lo St. So seplt Satutd.iy, lo attend the funeral of a friend. It I Mis, I loot on. In place of Hoover, who Is visiting her aunt. Mrs. Illakely. -Charley Fields and wife, visited relative the llrst of the week. They are moving to St. Joseph. C. II. Ktiliy made a business trip to Kansfl List week, and was buying good In St. Joseph, this week. We congratulate Leonard llotkln on hi satisfactory txamlnatloii be foie the sltite board o-f pharmacy. A number tif the ynung folks atv leiulcd the box supper at Fahvlcw. Tbursd.iy. Tliey reported a line time. ItolH'tt llossvll and family. Myr tle Itciiilcr. C.ttliarlue and Frances Terry spent SumUy at Spsnccr Ho well's. The surprise given l!o) llaidman and wife, wa at Fhe lioitii- of Mis. Jane llardmaii, and was a most en- lovable (vc.tslon. Jake Allbaugbi of ludl.itni. who I- a nephew of Will' mil .lolili'l.etlt, and who visited heio m severa4 da)s, ivrtitiied Inline the Ihsl or 'the week. - Mr. .1. A. Men desire to thank her many friend who icincliilioicil hei oil her hltthilay t'tie Ut It lust, will, lellei and cauls. She recflved 1". uiul.i) iniiinlug. tt wits not Intentii'tul. when we fall 1 to speak of I ho surprise, given Mstiv Kneale on her blrMiilay. Match 11, iiumher of her schoolmates and fcteitds gave Iter a gviiulue stir prise. After a veiy plea--iiil evening, ttiev led wishing Iter .tiauy inoio bit 1 1 Aa. ,'. I Veiit n and vlt'., went to Forest City. Tuesday, Mix. V. to visit, her faUivr and lauilly, while Mr. V. went to Mound City, to ivvnvas lot the lw.iV 'Fighting Iho Tralllc iu Yoiiuti Clrls. or War on. the While Slave Trade." They will, return Sat unlay OH'tiiliig. Nmiio. Forest City.. (Ila-rirtice Sandal I vhltirllrelatlvc Iu the city, Satuiday. Mr and Mrs. Millard Hill ro turned toSt. Joseph, Saturday. -(juUe a number from bete al--t-uded IWu-Hiir In St. JoMiph, last week. Kliiwr Dawson, of (regno,. sit teiiil ed servUv. al the Christ Ism chunth, Tuesdavi evening. Mrs-1 '.race dills audi, forgo went lo Mi. -tml I'llv, Saturday owmlng for ovtiral days' visit. Mr. Jennie Malhets and ehildieit visited in the country from. Ftlilay tml II. Sunday evening. - Cut Hiker lefl Tuesday for a prosbectthg lour llironali Colorado with a view lo liH'atllig. Mis. W vllc K elTor aauiu down iro a Jiotuiu V'lt.v iovisi;i nor unreins Mr. and Mrs. llakcr. Mimday. He v. Augeslluti. assist in), by , aril' lliildhig a series of weellngsat thu Christian liurch, th&s week. Mrs. F.iiima Mount,. Haitild audi CWn.are visiting llu the country, this, week, guests of (arandpa, itul (iraiid- taa Mtaire. Mrs. Dave Wallace Is able to walk. around again,, after laid up sev eral weeks with a sprained ankle- j caused from a. fall om the Icy pave ment. Mr. and Mrs. Dve Wallace en tertained at their home, Suny. Mrs. Ilium Stroud and daughter, Murlle, also Mrs. Henry Frailer, daughtufs Kdna anil tirace, of near UlchvlMe, and Uoy Iturloti, of Ore gon. Itl'TII. last Monday evening while Miss llesslo Watson and a friend) were litletly enjoying a game of ninch, some thirty of her friends gathered red ' ter nta In lo give her a surprise, the occas Is'hig her birthday, she receiving number of handsome presents. After playing various games, refreshments were served, after which they left tor their homes, wishing Miss llessie many happy returns of the day. A (iltKST. Mrs. Tom Morris, of Palmyra, Mo., was .here for a few days' visit, last week with her parents, H. T, Alklre and wife.